Revisitando los metajuegos y el metajuego: consideraciones teóricas y metodológicas

Palabras clave: Metajuegos, metajuego, trabajo de información, Comportamiento de la información


En el contexto del comportamiento de la información, los metajuegos y los metajuegos se han utilizado para referirse a actividades de segundo orden relacionadas con el trabajo de información que van más allá del "juego" esperado de empresas informativas. Este documento continúa la discusión anterior sobre metajuegos informativos y metajuegos al revisar los dos conceptos. Indaga más sobre cómo teorizar los metajuegos informativos y los metajuegos en términos y en relación con lo que hacen al trabajo de información, y discute brevemente cuestiones relacionadas con cómo estudiar empíricamente los metajuegos informacionales y los metajuegos. Se propone que el metajuego puede concebirse como una forma de trabajo de resistencia, reparación y ampliación de la información. Como actividad a menudo invisible, el estudio empírico del metajuego se complica por las dificultades para identificarlos, hacerlos visibles y delimitar cuándo una actividad califica como metajuego. Algunos de los beneficios potenciales de usar metajuegos como lente para investigar las actividades de información son que puede ayudar a arrojar luz sobre los componentes y fundamentos de los juegos y sus metajuegos relacionados, y mostrar y explicar la complejidad y la multinormatividad del trabajo de información. actividades relacionadas de segundo orden.


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Cómo citar
Huvila, I. (2023). Revisitando los metajuegos y el metajuego: consideraciones teóricas y metodológicas. Informatio. Revista Del Instituto De Información De La Facultad De Información Y Comunicación, 28(1), 296-342.
Dossier "Comportamiento Humano Informativo", coordinado por Dra. Martha Sabelli (Facultad de Información y Comunicación - Udelar, Uruguay)